Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium 大倉山ジャンプ競技場
Stand right near the finish line
Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium is a five-story building constructed in 1931 by entrepreneur Kishichiro Okura. It's located at the bottom of the ski jump, southwest of the Sapporo Winter Sports Museum. You can catch a ride up the mountain from here for spectacular views of the city. A second floor restaurant at Crystal House, north of the stadium, serves grilled lamb that's perhaps even more enticing than the views.
- The Sapporo Winter Sports Museum, just across from the stadium
- The lift ride up to the Okurayama Lookout
The stadium on the eastern slope of Mt. Okura opened in 1932
Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium is also known as the Okurayama-Schanze
How to Get There
It is accessible by train then taxi.
A taxi or car is recommended if you want to go to the Okurayama Jump Stadium. Parking is free at the bottom of the ski jump.
It's a 12 minute bus ride from Maruyama Bus Terminal to Okurayama Kyogijo Iriguchi bus stop, then a 10 to 15 minute walk uphill.